However, and you may disagree but follow me on this, I'm very proud of the way race relations are in this country today. Some people go around pretending it's as bad as it was back then, but for me, a millennial, who went to school that was integrated, Racism is a remnant of the bygone era. Even for those in my circles that are black, they don't talk about race in the same way I hear much older folks talk about it. And there's no way we would of progressed as a society were it not for government stepping in and forcing integration. I think because of that lesson, and while SSM is a much smaller issue than racism (especially in the 60's), I do agree that discrimination in any of it's form simply can't be tolerated, and the best way to progress as a tolerant society is to stamp out these situations when they crop up.
My one fear is that we will push this envelope to far, and in the name of equality, will push things that our society aren't ready for, or shouldn't ever occur.